The Florida Marlins still aren't scoring many runs, but at least their lengthy losing streak is a thing of the past.
After snapping a six-game skid in dramatic fashion, the Marlins continue their four-game home set with the Diamondbacks on Sunday.
With his team's collective frustration mounting, Hanley Ramirez delivered an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth Saturday night to give Miami (8-12) its first win since April 19, 3-2 over Arizona.
"It's been tough," said Ramirez, who was hitless in his previous 26 at-bats but came through after the Diamondbacks intentionally walked Jose Reyes to get to him. "I think we were trying too hard. We have to relax and enjoy the game.
"Sometimes you need a moment (like the ninth inning). Now we can have our confidence back."
Reyes' RBI single in the seventh snapped an 18-inning scoreless drought for the Marlins, who had totaled six runs during their six-game losing streak. Logan Morrison tied the game with a homer in the eighth and Giancarl...